|NOUN || an amount allocation | amount allocations |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Specific to legislation, a "guillotine motion", formally an "allocation of time motion", limits the amount of time for a particular stage of a bill.
- The number of CRCs allocated to a university is proportional to the amount of research grant funding that university has received in the three years prior to the year of the allocation.
- The maximum obligation any country has under this mechanism is currently equal to twice the amount of its SDR allocation.
- During an address by President Alexander Lukashenko on 18 February 2016, he announced the allocation of arms and to the territorial forces and the minimum and maximum amount of district troops ranging from one company and a battalion.
- Maximum distance is achieved by the use of the most robust burst setting; that is, the profile with the largest MAC frame allocation trade-off requiring more symbols (a larger portion of the MAC frame) to be allocated in transmitting a given amount of data than if the client were closer to the base station.
- The advantage in using this dynamic allocation is that the amount of memory that is allocated to it can be limited to what is actually needed at run time, and this can be changed as needed (using the standard library function [...]).
- The entire file allocation table (FAT) was read into RAM when a volume was mounted, thereby requiring a minimum amount of RAM proportional to online disk space; adding a disk to a server would often require a RAM upgrade as well.
- The first order of business was the allocation of liquor licenses and the upper limit of alcohol that could be sold within the town limits.
- To sum things up, the use of money in trading all goods (capital/labor and consumer) in all markets (spot and financial) combined with profit driven entrepreneurship and Darwinian natural selection in financial markets all combine to make rational economic calculation and allocation the outcome of the capitalist process.
- Escape analysis is a compile-time technique that can convert heap allocations to stack allocations, thereby reducing the amount of garbage collection to be done.
- This act was the first occurrence of congressionally directed allocation of an interstate river (although New Mexico would not achieve statehood till 1912).
- Self-organized funding allocation (SOFA) is a method of distributing funding for scientific research.
- Another reason to avoid dynamic memory allocation is memory fragmentation.
- This allocation decision is informed by the indifference curve labelled IC1.
- Depreciation is technically a method of allocation, not valuation, even though it determines the value placed on the asset in the balance sheet.
- With virtual memory, a contiguous range of virtual addresses can be mapped to several non-contiguous blocks of physical memory; this non-contiguous allocation is one of the benefits of paging.
- To optimize the storage and reduce the I/O overhead for the very common case of attributes with very small associated value, NTFS prefers to place the value within the attribute itself (if the size of the attribute does not then exceed the maximum size of an MFT record), instead of using the MFT record space to list clusters containing the data; in that case, the attribute will not store the data directly but will just store an allocation map (in the form of "data runs") pointing to the actual data stored elsewhere on the volume.
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